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The political storm is over?Changes in Two Political Highlands | Politics | Big Storm | CCP | Supreme Procurator | Zhang Bencai | Procuratorate Daily | Cao Jianming |

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The political storm is over?Changes in Two Political Highlands | Politics | Big Storm | CCP | Supreme Procurator | Zhang Bencai | Procuratorate Daily | Cao Jianming |

[Voice of Hope, June 1, 2022](Comprehensive report by our reporter Han Mei)On June 1, two news worthy of attention came from the CCP officialdom.

The Voice of Hope has previously interpreted that there is a fierce political contest behind the closure of Shanghai. This contest has not been relaxed because of the unblocking. A group of anonymous entrepreneurs in Shanghai issued an open letter calling for a signal to lie down and wait for the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China. Xi’s army is also fighting back. On the evening of the 1st, the official website of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China reported that Zhang Bencai, the chief procurator of the Shanghai Municipal Procuratorate, was suspected of serious violations of discipline and law and is currently under investigation.

According to public information, Zhang Bencai, 55 years old this year, entered the Supreme People’s Procuratorate of the Communist Party of China in 1990, and it has been 32 years since then.

Zhang Bencai used to be the president and editor-in-chief of the Procuratorate Daily, a newspaper of the Supreme People’s Procuratorate, and the director of the Film and Television Center of the Supreme People’s Procuratorate. Kemin’s “big housekeeper” and mouthpiece.

Cao Jianming was favored and promoted by Jiang Zemin, and he was also the confidant of the former CCP political and legal king Zhou Yongkang. Cao Jianming is known as “the most romantic chief prosecutor” due to the erosion of his private life. His third wife, CCTV’s first sister Wang Xiaoya, and Zhou Yongkang’s wife Jia Xiaoye are both CCTV hosts, and they are also part of the sexual bribery of former CCP public security minister Li Dongsheng to central officials.

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After Zhou Yongkang was sacked, Mingjing News once said that Cao Jianming was in a trance after being questioned by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection for many times. Jiang Zemin then came forward to intercede and vouch for Xi Jinping for him, so Xi Jinping met Cao Jianming during the new year of 2014. , and greeted Wang Xiaoya. Cao Jianming, who landed safely, echoed Xi Jinping at the Beidaihe Conference the following year, asking officials to be “politically sensible people.” After the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, Cao Jianming’s term of office expired and he was transferred to the vice chairman of the CPC National People’s Congress.

Just two years before Cao Jianming left the Supreme People’s Procuratorate of the Communist Party of China, also in January 2016, Zhang Bencai was parachuted into Shanghai to replace Chen Xu, a member of the Shanghai Gang who had been sacked, and served as the chief prosecutor and party secretary of the Shanghai Procuratorate. Guarding Shanghai and the political and legal system.

Now that Zhang Ben has been sacked, the focus of the outside world is whether this will be the beginning of Xi Jinping’s purge of the political and legal system again.

In addition to Shanghai, there are also changes in Tianjin, another political highland. Liao Guoxun, the former mayor of Li Zhanshu and the then mayor of Tianjin, died on April 27 “due to a sudden illness, and the rescue failed.” It is rumored on the Internet that he was “suicided.” Just one month after Liao Guoxun’s death, on May 28, Zhang Gong, director of the State Administration for Market Regulation of the Communist Party of China, parachuted into Tianjin and became the acting mayor.

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According to the information, Zhang Gong used to be the deputy mayor of Beijing, but after Xi Jiajun and Cai Qi became the secretary of the Beijing Municipal Party Committee, he was transferred to the vice chairman of the Communist Party of China Federation of Trade Unions to sit on the bench.

Tianjin has always been an important stronghold for the CCP factions to compete for territory. Some observers believe that Liao Guoxun is Xi Jinping’s side, while Zhang Gong is more like a member of Jiang Zemin’s faction. This personnel change is equivalent to taking the territory from the Xi faction.

Wu Sezhi, deputy secretary-general of the Taiwan Taoist Tactics Association, told Radio Free Asia that although from the perspective of Xi Jinping, this adjustment can be regarded as a transfer of power, but in the future, if Xi Jinping wants to move towards a strongman state of one-man rule, it is inevitable that Only by giving up part of the power can the political status be maintained for a long time.

Wu Guoguang, a professor of political science at the University of Victoria in Canada and a member of the Zhao Ziyang think tank, former general secretary of the CPC Central Committee, analyzed in an exclusive interview with Faguang in May this year that the current purge of the CCP’s officialdom at a slightly lower level is accelerating, and vice-ministerial officials have been sacked since the beginning of this year. There have been more than 20 cases, which were only announced publicly, and many of these purges were directed at higher-level officials.

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Wu Guoguang believes that Xi Jinping has not yet made a decisive move until May. He has strategic considerations. The case was brought out too early, and the deterrent effect will weaken after half a year. He predicts that by July or August at the latest, Xi Jinping will carry out a political purge of high-level politicians.

The above-mentioned changes in Shanghai and Tianjin, two important political sites, have attracted much attention because they may be the forerunner of a major political storm this summer.

Editor in charge: Zhang Lili

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